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ARENA : ATS Matchup
Saturday 8/23/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore




ARIZONA (17 - 3) at CLEVELAND (19 - 1)
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Week 23 Saturday, 8/23/2014 8:00 PM
Arena Bowl XXVII - Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, OH
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ARIZONA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games17-3-0.411-88-1263.732.4294.9(7.5)1.350.424.9303.5(6.4)2.3
Road Games6-3-6.45-43-660.831.8299.2(7.6)1.650.328.3290.3(6.2)2.2
Last 3 Games2-1-1.81-21-258.032.7282.7(7.4)1.753.027.7308.3(6.7)2.0
ARIZONA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)63.732.420.927:386-15(2.5)22-3365.7%280(8.4)39-295(7.5)(4.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.49.72618.930:477-19(2.7)21-3657.8%243(6.8)43-262(6.1)(5.3)
Offense Road Games60.831.821.126:555-15(2.9)22-3465.4%284(8.3)40-299(7.6)(4.9)
Defense (All Games)50.424.920.833:058-22(2.7)22-3956.6%281(7.2)47-304(6.4)(6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.49.425.119.331:368-19(2.5)22-3758.4%249(6.8)45-268(6)(5.4)
Defense Road Games50.328.320.033:0410-29(2.8)20-3755.5%261(7.1)47-290(6.2)(5.8)

CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games19-1+18.411-88-1254.325.8286.1(6.8)1.743.222.1278.8(5.8)2.4
Home Games11-0+85-53-856.529.4281.0(7.2)1.640.718.8293.7(5.9)2.3
Last 3 Games3-0+3.32-11-250.328.3270.0(6.2)2.344.022.7305.3(5.8)1.7
CLEVELAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)54.325.820.429:077-22(3.1)22-3564.3%264(7.5)42-286(6.8)(5.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.52.626.419.430:037-20(2.7)22-3660.3%256(7.2)43-276(6.4)(5.2)
Offense Home Games56.529.420.827:407-20(3.1)22-3366.8%261(8)39-281(7.2)(5)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.49.225.419.131:317-20(2.8)22-3758.5%252(6.8)44-272(6.2)(5.5)
Defense Home Games40.718.820.232:208-20(2.6)25-4258.5%273(6.5)50-294(5.9)(7.2)
Average power rating of opponents played: ARIZONA 49.7,  CLEVELAND 45.7
ARIZONA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
6/27/2014@ SAN JOSE33-62L-8L108U3-1619-41-187215-2516-25-2142
7/12/2014@ SPOKANE66-73L-8L113O3-1727-39-37257-2425-38-2704
7/26/2014@ ORLANDO50-56L-7L113U2-427-41-31439-3615-31-2751
8/10/2014SAN JOSE72-55W-3.5W107O4-1020-34-27614-225-44-3103
8/23/2014@ CLEVELAND            

CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
6/27/2014TAMPA BAY48-41W-7T108U8-2029-37-31126-2021-34-2483
7/12/2014@ SAN ANTONIO50-47W-21L96.5O9-2623-34-261125-7817-29-1641
7/26/2014@ TAMPA BAY56-49W3W96O13-4524-34-27316-1221-39-2461
ARIZONA: The Arizona Rattlers enter the 2014 season looking to become the first team to achieve an ArenaBowl three-peat since the Detroit Drive (1988-90). The core of Coach Kevin Guy's back-to-back championship squad will be returning, but they will have to fill in some crucial holes. The most significant hole was left by First Team All-Arena defensive back Virgil Gray, who joined the Pittsburgh Power in free agency in September. Gray led the Rattlers in tackles last season while also recording a franchise-record 15 interceptions, not to mention he was named the Riddell Defensive Player of the Game in ArenaBowl XXVI. However, the Rattlers were able to add 2011 Riddell Defensive Player of the Year, Vic Hall, to pick up the slack. Hall recorded 83 solo tackles and seven interceptions as a defensive back for the Chicago Rush a year ago. 'Do-It-All' Hall joins an already stout secondary that includes defensive backs Marquis Floyd and Arkeith Brown, who combined for 17 interceptions and 31 pass defended last season. The Rattlers also brought in some help along the defensive front by trading for defensive end Quinn Pitcock. Pitcock, a former All-American at Ohio State. Pitcock only saw action in one game last year for the Orlando Predators but recorded 4.5 sacks as a rookie with the Predators in 2012. Coach Guy and his squad hope that their additions on defense can help strengthen a group that finished 13th in overall defense last season. On the other side of the ball, Nick Davila and his left arm will serve as the catalyst for the offense. The 'Latin Laser' is coming off his fourth consecutive season of throwing at least 100 touchdowns and is not likely to slow down in 2014. Davila had the luxury of throwing to a group of decorated receivers on the outside including three former Rookies of the Year in Rod Windsor, Maurice Purify and Jared Perry. The Rattlers also have one of the League's most underrated talents in Tysson Poots and the ever-versatile Kerry Reed at their disposal on the perimeter. With three straight ArenaBowl appearances and another talented lineup returning to the field in 2014, Arizona remains the team to beat in the AFL.
CLEVELAND: The Cleveland Gladiators will look to find some traction this season in what should be a much more competitive East Division. The Gladiators had one of the best rushing attacks in the League last year thanks in large part to their nimble-footed quarterback Chris Dieker. Dieker ranked fifth in the League in rushing yards in 2013, while the team ranked second overall. Coach Steve Thonn will have to find a replacement for fullback Derik Steiner, who was traded to the San Jose Sabercats in the offseason. Dieker will have his dynamic duo on the perimeter with Dominick Goodman and Thyron Lewis, who combined for 2,697 receiving yards and 50 touchdowns. The pair will have to step up big this year to ignite the offense and help out their quarterback. Defensively, the team should get a boost with the additions of defensive backs Chris LeFlore and Dominic Jones. LeFlore comes from Pittsburgh, where he holds the franchise record for interceptions. Jones returns to Cleveland, where he spent he spent his rookie season in 2012. Last year, Jones recorded 91.5 tackles and was named an All-Arena kick returner. Last season served as a learning curve for a very young Gladiators team which featured 18 rookies. This year, the team's youth should not be a factor as they look to compete for their first division title since 2011.

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